The Menace of Multiculturalism: Trojan Horse in America by Alvin J. Schmidt

By Alvin J. Schmidt

In this extensive condemnation of multiculturalism, the writer works to discover pernicious error within the arguments of diversity's proponents and to sound a caution opposed to the dire effects for American tradition if the tenets of political correctness are integrated into our social constitution. Schmidt starts by way of exposing multiculturalism, now not as a move aimed toward increasing democratic beliefs, yet really as a crypto-Marxist political ideology that seeks to import Marxist innovations into social and cultural associations. next chapters then light up a couple of dismaying developments: a bent towards historic revisionism in multiculturalist arguments, the sly linguistic maneuvering and boundaries on speech that symbolize political correctness, and the dismantling of the conventional photograph of the family members unit—the fundamental development block of yank society. Schmidt concludes with a rousing admonition to expel from our midst the latter-day malicious program that's multiculturalism.

Casting a afflicted look over the checklist of social ills plaguing the US today—besieged internal towns, divisive racial politics, diminishing academic criteria, and rampant divorce and illegitimacy—we have reason to wonder if the advocates of multiculturalism signify the answer or the resource of the matter. during this rousing condemnation of the multiculturalist time table, the writer fixes an unflinching severe gaze at the sophisticated deceptions and wrongheaded conclusions at paintings within the arguments for cultural pluralism, ethical relativism, and political correctness. An exhaustive and damning account of multiculturalisM&Apos;s wages and a compelling argument for the significance of conventional American values make this booklet crucial analyzing for somebody concerned with our country's current plight and destiny prospects.

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NOTES 1. Thomas Sowell, ‘‘The Road to Hell Is Paved with Good Intentions,’’ Forbes, 17 January 1994, 62. 2. ’’ Academic Questions (spring 1993): 71– 75. 3. George Will, ‘‘Commencement at Duke,’’ The American Scholar (autumn 1991): 500. 4. B. Du Bois, The Souls of Black Folk (1903; reprint, New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1993), p. 89. 32 The Menace of Multiculturalism 5. Tony Hall, ‘‘Imperialism and Canada,’’ The Canadian Forum (October 1994): 47. 6. Gary Gregg, ‘‘Campus Wire,’’ Campus (winter 1991): 13.

Culture exists to serve people, not the other way around. ’’17 Finally, culture is the product of human beings; as noted earlier, it is their society’s institutionalized values, beliefs, and practices. These cultural elements are not necessarily more sacred, but they are often less so than the people to whom they belong. If people are flawed, for which we have centuries of evidence, then components of culture will also be flawed and thus in need of criticism, adjustment, or perhaps elimination.

1 Sowell’s remark is corroborated by a 1992 conference, ‘‘Marxism in the New World Order: Crises and Possibilities,’’ held at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. Only 300 were expected to attend, but 1,500 registered. Nearly all were professors. The conference’s attendees were diehard believers of Marxism,2 not realists who recognized that the most inefficient, cruel, and inhumane socioeconomic system had come to an end. Marxism flourishes in the ideology and politics of present-day multiculturalism.

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